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A popular village restaurant has been severely damaged by a blaze in the flats above.
Unemployent is falling faster in the borough than in the rest of the country, according to a new report.
Junior eco-warriors have been finding out about how they can save energy at their school with the help of an innovative Bracknell company.
The housing market was sluggish during January due to a lack of buyer demand and low levels of supply, according to a survey.
A large-scale gas improvement project is set to close Crowthorne High Street for 20 weeks, but traders and local people can choose when it happens.
Cuts to children’s centres, Bracknell in Bloom and learning disabled services are set to be rubber stamped next week in a bid to plug a funding shortfall of more than £4 million.
New visitors to Bracknell Forest’s libraries during the borough’s Winter Library Challenge will discover more than just books.
The parents of a 16-year-old Bracknell girl killed in a motorbike crash say they can never forgive the rider who caused their daughter’s death.
An architect on a mission to revamp the town centre ahead of the planned regeneration and make it a place to cheer on athletes in the 2012 Olympics held a successful public exhibition.
Only weeks after he caused the death of Rebecca Young, Adam Murphy was not grieving. He was committing a violent robbery.